Program Overview
CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY

RVOE SEPF: 20111060; Upgrade march 2017


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As a graduate from the Bachelor of Clinical Biochemistry you will be able to conduct and interpret biochemical tests, identifying chemical and biological compounds that cause pathologies or reflect the health status of an individual.  Thus, you will help a research diagnostic team or contribute to human health in industry, or in health and government institutions, maintaining an ethical, human, and moral behavior.

Once you have finished your study program, you will have a bachelor´s degree in addition to a licenciatura degree.  Therefore, your studies will be recognized worldwide.

In addition to enhancing your entry skills, at UDLAP we propose to:

  • Train you to use modern technologies for laboratory clinical diagnosis.
  • Teach you areas of clinical diagnosis.
  • Provide you with skills to participate in hospital and community health teams.
  • Give you experience in research.
  • Teach you how to organize and direct clinical laboratories.
  • Provide you with critical, ethical, and socially responsible thinking.
  • Enjoys teamwork by objectives and in projects.
  • Wants to understand the process to diagnose diseases.
  • Has an interest in the work done in clinical laboratories.
  • Willing to work for the greater good and to be successful.
  • Determined to achieve goals through learning.
  • Able to classify toxic substances that are present in the environment and cause disease in exposed living organisms, through precise analysis and determination, to make opportune decisions for prevention, management, or treatment.
  • Able to apply disease prevention and handling techniques, using biochemical principles, to collaborate in a critical fashion with a health team.
  • Proficient in the analysis of chemical and biological products in the industry, health institutions and the environment through the use of current instruments and techniques, identifying their effects on health to prevent pathologies.
  • Command of the areas of clinical analysis, physical chemistry, and biochemistry, and their application in experimental processes, to obtain reliable and correct results.
  • Able to evaluate the functioning of vanguard instruments of clinical analysis, through quality control, determination, and quantification of chemical and biological compounds, to report on their precision and accuracy.
Check the previous academic program: Program 2012
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